Genetic contributors to risk of schizophrenia in the presence of a 22q11.2 deletion

I. Cleynen, W. Engchuan, M.S. Hestand, T. Heung, A.M. Holleman, H.R. Johnston, T. Monfeuga, D.M. McDonald-McGinn, R.E. Gur, B.E. Morrow, A. Swillen, J.A.S. Vorstman, C.E. Bearden, E.W.C. Chow, M. van den Bree, B.S. Emanuel, J.R. Vermeesch, S.T. Warren, M.J. Owen, P. ChopraD.J. Cutler, R. Duncan, A.V. Kotlar, J.G. Mulle, A.J. Voss, M.E. Zwick, A. Diacou, A. Golden, T.W. Guo, J.R. Lin, T. Wang, Z.D. Zhang, Y.J. Zhao, C. Marshall, D. Merico, A. Jin, B. Lilley, H.I. Salmons, O. Tran, P. Holmans, A. Pardinas, J.T.R. Walters, W. Demaerel, E. Boot, N.J. Butcher, G.A. Costain, C. Lowther, R. Evers, T.A.M.J. van Amelsvoort, E. van Duin, International 22q11.2 Brain and Behavior Consortium

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23 Citations (Web of Science)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4496-4510
Number of pages15
JournalMolecular Psychiatry
Volume26
Issue number8
Early online date3 Feb 2020
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2021

Keywords

  • ASSOCIATION
  • BEHAVIOR
  • BRAIN
  • CONSORTIUM
  • COPY-NUMBER VARIATION
  • DATABASE
  • INDIVIDUALS
  • MUTATIONS
  • PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS
  • VARIANTS

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